steady flow The condition in which flow velocities do not vary with time. This is applicable to both groundwater and channel flows. In respect of flow to a pumped well, it is sometimes called ‘equilibrium’ flow. Nonsteady (unsteady or transient) flow changes its velocity and/or direction with time.
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